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End of the Trail

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Great Novel

End of the Trail is the sixth book in the Texas Trails series. Vickie McDonough weaves the tale of Brooks Morgan and Keri Langston. Brooks has been drifting in life for the past ten years, with no real ambition until he stumbles upon the small town of Shoofly, Texas. Br...
End of the Trail is the sixth book in the Texas Trails series. Vickie McDonough weaves the tale of Brooks Morgan and Keri Langston. Brooks has been drifting in life for the past ten years, with no real ambition until he stumbles upon the small town of Shoofly, Texas. Brooks comes to the aid of an old man, and wins the deed to a ranch in a high-stakes poker game. Before the old man dies, he quips to Brooks to "take care of Keri." No problem, he grew up on a ranch and knows how to handle critters.

Except Keri isn't the animal he was anticipating, but a beautiful young woman instead. Brooks doesn't know the first thing about what to do with her, and isn't about to give up his opportunity of a home of his own. Will they be able to solve their differences or will one of them need to go packing? I'm sure you'll enjoy this delightful tale set in 1896.

This book was provided free for review by Moody Publishers and the author.

posted by Digging4Pearls on August 24, 2012

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3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

This review is for the SAMPLER only. Don't bother. The descri

This review is for the SAMPLER only. Don't bother. The description isn't clear, but you only get 34 of 256 pages. Get the full book

posted by JoyK1 on July 25, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 25, 2012

    This review is for the SAMPLER only. Don't bother. The descri

    This review is for the SAMPLER only. Don't bother. The description isn't clear, but you only get 34 of 256 pages. Get the full book

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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